Kanye West appears to have ambitions to take over the world of technology, and he already has a list of ways to do so, indicating that he is continuously working to add to his billionaire position. Kanye West has filed trademarks for a variety of “Donda” technology products, including everything from smartphones to tablets, according to recent documents. Despite the fact that he just released his chart-topping album “Donda” and just released his Yeezy x Gap hoodie collection, Kanye West is not slowing down. Ye has set his sights on conquering the world of technology in his next ambition for his multibillion-dollar company, and he’s even registered trademarks to do so.
Late last month, his Mascotte Holdings company (a Donda subsidiary) filed a trademark application with the US Patent and Trademark Office. Tablets, surround sound systems, headphones, virtual reality headsets, smartphones, USB flash drives, protective phone covers, and other electronic equipment are among the items listed in the trademark registration. Kanye isn’t stopping there; he’s also releasing smart bracelets, smart rings, smart necklaces, magnets, and mouse pads.
He’s even rumored to be working on a “Donda” screensaver and wallpaper game. You may recall that only a few days before the release of his latest album, he surprised fans by revealing a STEM player pre-loaded with the full “Donda” album. The STEM player, which will be available for purchase on Kanye West‘s website in the fall of 2021, allows fans to remix and personalize the album in any manner they want.